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Spare The Dollar?

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Give me your tired, your poor, your Euros...

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"Euro trash" as a pointed insult, long-used to dispatch the affected habits of the citizens of EU member states, should probably be reassessed. Bottom line: there's nothing trashy about the Euro. First there was Jay-Z. Then Gisele. Now New York retailers have a crush, accepting the foreign currency in lieu of dollars.

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